Are You Seeking An Emergency Order?
Are you and your child seeking safe haven from the destructive domestic violence of a boyfriend, spouse, former spouse, relative or family member in North Texas?
If your spouse has abused you or your children, our Warmbrodt & Associates family law firm can help you seek an emergency order to protect you from domestic abuse. You may also be able to file an emergency order to obtain custody of your children if their safety is in jeopardy.
We advise clients in Collin County and surrounding areas on important issues of restraining orders, orders for protection and emergency orders when domestic violence becomes a factor in your home.
Warmbrodt & Associates — Family Law Solutions For North Texas
Life after the decision to file for divorce can be fraught with change and uncertainty. If you or your child is being abused — verbally, physically, emotionally or financially — emergency and temporary orders promote the protection of your emotional and physical safety until permanent orders are issued.
At Warmbrodt & Associates, our caring family attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience with helping people just like you to immediately seek emergency or temporary orders. In everything we do for you, we are fully committed to helping you protect yourself and your children.
Spouses and domestic partners who are at odds may try to harm each other by restricting access to children, incurring unnecessary debt or disposing of assets. An emergency order offers important protections for people who are going through a divorce or another stressful family law matter such as child support or child custody and visitation.
A temporary order establishes guidelines for custody and visitation, spousal support and custody loss, child relocation, insurance and medical coverage, and financial asset preservation that both parties must abide by while your family law matter is pending. At Warmbrodt & Associates, we help you seek a protective order that safeguards your interests and gives you peace of mind during any subsequent family law proceedings.